Randolph-Brian A. Trask went home to be with the Lord on Nov. 29, 2022, at 79 years
He was born on Dec. 18, 1942, in Gardiner, Maine to parents Reginald
B. Trask and Dorothy E. Trask. He was the youngest of three children.
Brian graduated from high school, attended college, served in the US Army
during the Vietnam era and was stationed in Germany. He joined the seminary
for a time, however his life had a different calling. He had an adventurous
life and loved to travel; visiting many different countries throughout his
life. Brian had a natural talent for being able to capture people's
attention and made even the most mundane events into a fascinating story
with a witty twist of humor. He was an avid outdoorsman and loved to fish
and hunt in The Forks. He was especially keen on Lake Moxie and Knights
Pond where he visited often as a child. He felt the most peace at the
family camp he built on Moxie Lake. Brain was a selfless person who was
always there for anyone in need.
Brain is survived by his two children, Joshua Trask and Lauren Swindells of
West Gardiner, his four grandchildren, Kaylin Stade of Pittston, Ryann
Trask of Edgecomb, Alexis Trask of Winslow & Davyn Swindells of West
Gardiner. He was very excited to become a great-grandfather of a baby girl
in May 2023 and wife, Sherry Trask of five years. He was predeceased by his
parents; his brothers, David Trask and Paul Trask. There will be no
A graveside service of Christian burial and a
celebration of life is planned for the spring.